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Will we look back on 2017 as the year we lost our faith in the belief that technology can “do no harm?” Whether it was the reports of toxic workplace culture found in Silicon Valley darlings, much-hyped products that failed to deliver, the risks of artificial intelligence, or the omnipresent conundrum of fake news , the tide seems to be turning against the digital apologists.

The company that invented the Game Boy has upped its on-the-go trademark with the Nintendo Switch. Sure, it doesn’t have robust online features such as those found in Assassin’s Creed or Call of Duty, but that’s also kind of the point: The pared-back approach pays immediate dividends for its bestselling franchises, such as Mario and Zelda. The two games have gotten significant upgrades—and new storylines—that will appeal to longtime fans while drawing in younger ones who aren’t ready for the intensive environment of Xbox or Playstation but have outgrown Temple Run and Candy Crush.  $299; nintendo.com/switch
 

You work hard. You come home late with take-out. And you want a glass of wine. Good wine, though, because you’re not an animal. But good wine needs time to breathe. The Breville Sommelier is a stylish glass decanter sitting on a compressor base that forces oxygen-rich air through the vino. Voilá: An hour’s worth of breathing done in one minute. A recent test on a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape mellowed that particular wine’s polarizing black walnut notes without sacrificing complexity. $499; brevilleusa.com

Festive up your home — both indoors and out — with our definitive list of easy-to-create Christmas decorations, crafts and centerpieces.

Put leftover wrapping paper to work to create this cute space-saving Christmas tree that's sure to brighten up small spaces like a foyer, guest bath or kids' room. Ribbon and double-sided tape keep the paper in place while presents piled underneath complete the look.

Will we look back on 2017 as the year we lost our faith in the belief that technology can “do no harm?” Whether it was the reports of toxic workplace culture found in Silicon Valley darlings, much-hyped products that failed to deliver, the risks of artificial intelligence, or the omnipresent conundrum of fake news , the tide seems to be turning against the digital apologists.

The company that invented the Game Boy has upped its on-the-go trademark with the Nintendo Switch. Sure, it doesn’t have robust online features such as those found in Assassin’s Creed or Call of Duty, but that’s also kind of the point: The pared-back approach pays immediate dividends for its bestselling franchises, such as Mario and Zelda. The two games have gotten significant upgrades—and new storylines—that will appeal to longtime fans while drawing in younger ones who aren’t ready for the intensive environment of Xbox or Playstation but have outgrown Temple Run and Candy Crush.  $299; nintendo.com/switch
 

You work hard. You come home late with take-out. And you want a glass of wine. Good wine, though, because you’re not an animal. But good wine needs time to breathe. The Breville Sommelier is a stylish glass decanter sitting on a compressor base that forces oxygen-rich air through the vino. Voilá: An hour’s worth of breathing done in one minute. A recent test on a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape mellowed that particular wine’s polarizing black walnut notes without sacrificing complexity. $499; brevilleusa.com

Festive up your home — both indoors and out — with our definitive list of easy-to-create Christmas decorations, crafts and centerpieces.

Put leftover wrapping paper to work to create this cute space-saving Christmas tree that's sure to brighten up small spaces like a foyer, guest bath or kids' room. Ribbon and double-sided tape keep the paper in place while presents piled underneath complete the look.

We've included everything from a casual waterfront meal, such as the pictured Fish restaurant in Sausalito, to romantic spots to sip a drink and cozy up together.

We've included everything from a casual waterfront meal, such as the pictured Fish restaurant in Sausalito, to romantic spots

A couple far past the wooing stage may not mind sweating together for a special night out. One of our colleagues recommends the circuit class at Cardio-Tone on 24th Street and Church in Noe Valley. "My husband and I like this class because it's only 45 minutes and all the exercises are done in pairs. It's fun to do something other than eat a meal together and we always end up cracking up because we look ridiculous doing many of the exercises!

The technology upon which bitcoin operates is suddenly the hot new thing. Acolytes believe it will change how we conduct business, elections, and even finding a mate (more on that later). Suddenly, there’s a blockchain startup for just about everything.

As much as we wish we could, we can’t write about them all. But when thinking back on the year, our email inboxes were so often filled with blockchain pitches that the topic itself deserved attention. 

In trying to capture this craziness, we have put together some of our favorite blockchain pitches of 2017 in an attempt to provide you with an idea of just how much of a gold rush we’re witnessing. Some of these pitches are pretty good; others are decidedly not good. As you'll see below, we awarded each of them with a superlative, included the subject line, and abridged versions of the email.

Planning for a cookie exchange or a holiday dessert spread? Check out our favorite cookies of this year. PS It’s National Cookie Day, get baking so you can celebrate.

Homemade chocolate-hazelnut filling joins crunchy hazelnut cookies to create a delicious, melt-in-your-mouth cookie sandwich. See the recipe.

Soft, thick, and slightly chewy Red Velvet sugar cookies slathered in rich, velvety cream cheese frosting! See the recipe.

Will we look back on 2017 as the year we lost our faith in the belief that technology can “do no harm?” Whether it was the reports of toxic workplace culture found in Silicon Valley darlings, much-hyped products that failed to deliver, the risks of artificial intelligence, or the omnipresent conundrum of fake news , the tide seems to be turning against the digital apologists.

The company that invented the Game Boy has upped its on-the-go trademark with the Nintendo Switch. Sure, it doesn’t have robust online features such as those found in Assassin’s Creed or Call of Duty, but that’s also kind of the point: The pared-back approach pays immediate dividends for its bestselling franchises, such as Mario and Zelda. The two games have gotten significant upgrades—and new storylines—that will appeal to longtime fans while drawing in younger ones who aren’t ready for the intensive environment of Xbox or Playstation but have outgrown Temple Run and Candy Crush.  $299; nintendo.com/switch
 

You work hard. You come home late with take-out. And you want a glass of wine. Good wine, though, because you’re not an animal. But good wine needs time to breathe. The Breville Sommelier is a stylish glass decanter sitting on a compressor base that forces oxygen-rich air through the vino. Voilá: An hour’s worth of breathing done in one minute. A recent test on a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape mellowed that particular wine’s polarizing black walnut notes without sacrificing complexity. $499; brevilleusa.com

Festive up your home — both indoors and out — with our definitive list of easy-to-create Christmas decorations, crafts and centerpieces.

Put leftover wrapping paper to work to create this cute space-saving Christmas tree that's sure to brighten up small spaces like a foyer, guest bath or kids' room. Ribbon and double-sided tape keep the paper in place while presents piled underneath complete the look.

We've included everything from a casual waterfront meal, such as the pictured Fish restaurant in Sausalito, to romantic spots to sip a drink and cozy up together.

We've included everything from a casual waterfront meal, such as the pictured Fish restaurant in Sausalito, to romantic spots

A couple far past the wooing stage may not mind sweating together for a special night out. One of our colleagues recommends the circuit class at Cardio-Tone on 24th Street and Church in Noe Valley. "My husband and I like this class because it's only 45 minutes and all the exercises are done in pairs. It's fun to do something other than eat a meal together and we always end up cracking up because we look ridiculous doing many of the exercises!

Will we look back on 2017 as the year we lost our faith in the belief that technology can “do no harm?” Whether it was the reports of toxic workplace culture found in Silicon Valley darlings, much-hyped products that failed to deliver, the risks of artificial intelligence, or the omnipresent conundrum of fake news , the tide seems to be turning against the digital apologists.

The company that invented the Game Boy has upped its on-the-go trademark with the Nintendo Switch. Sure, it doesn’t have robust online features such as those found in Assassin’s Creed or Call of Duty, but that’s also kind of the point: The pared-back approach pays immediate dividends for its bestselling franchises, such as Mario and Zelda. The two games have gotten significant upgrades—and new storylines—that will appeal to longtime fans while drawing in younger ones who aren’t ready for the intensive environment of Xbox or Playstation but have outgrown Temple Run and Candy Crush.  $299; nintendo.com/switch
 

You work hard. You come home late with take-out. And you want a glass of wine. Good wine, though, because you’re not an animal. But good wine needs time to breathe. The Breville Sommelier is a stylish glass decanter sitting on a compressor base that forces oxygen-rich air through the vino. Voilá: An hour’s worth of breathing done in one minute. A recent test on a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape mellowed that particular wine’s polarizing black walnut notes without sacrificing complexity. $499; brevilleusa.com

Will we look back on 2017 as the year we lost our faith in the belief that technology can “do no harm?” Whether it was the reports of toxic workplace culture found in Silicon Valley darlings, much-hyped products that failed to deliver, the risks of artificial intelligence, or the omnipresent conundrum of fake news , the tide seems to be turning against the digital apologists.

The company that invented the Game Boy has upped its on-the-go trademark with the Nintendo Switch. Sure, it doesn’t have robust online features such as those found in Assassin’s Creed or Call of Duty, but that’s also kind of the point: The pared-back approach pays immediate dividends for its bestselling franchises, such as Mario and Zelda. The two games have gotten significant upgrades—and new storylines—that will appeal to longtime fans while drawing in younger ones who aren’t ready for the intensive environment of Xbox or Playstation but have outgrown Temple Run and Candy Crush.  $299; nintendo.com/switch
 

You work hard. You come home late with take-out. And you want a glass of wine. Good wine, though, because you’re not an animal. But good wine needs time to breathe. The Breville Sommelier is a stylish glass decanter sitting on a compressor base that forces oxygen-rich air through the vino. Voilá: An hour’s worth of breathing done in one minute. A recent test on a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape mellowed that particular wine’s polarizing black walnut notes without sacrificing complexity. $499; brevilleusa.com

Festive up your home — both indoors and out — with our definitive list of easy-to-create Christmas decorations, crafts and centerpieces.

Put leftover wrapping paper to work to create this cute space-saving Christmas tree that's sure to brighten up small spaces like a foyer, guest bath or kids' room. Ribbon and double-sided tape keep the paper in place while presents piled underneath complete the look.

We've included everything from a casual waterfront meal, such as the pictured Fish restaurant in Sausalito, to romantic spots to sip a drink and cozy up together.

We've included everything from a casual waterfront meal, such as the pictured Fish restaurant in Sausalito, to romantic spots

A couple far past the wooing stage may not mind sweating together for a special night out. One of our colleagues recommends the circuit class at Cardio-Tone on 24th Street and Church in Noe Valley. "My husband and I like this class because it's only 45 minutes and all the exercises are done in pairs. It's fun to do something other than eat a meal together and we always end up cracking up because we look ridiculous doing many of the exercises!

The technology upon which bitcoin operates is suddenly the hot new thing. Acolytes believe it will change how we conduct business, elections, and even finding a mate (more on that later). Suddenly, there’s a blockchain startup for just about everything.

As much as we wish we could, we can’t write about them all. But when thinking back on the year, our email inboxes were so often filled with blockchain pitches that the topic itself deserved attention. 

In trying to capture this craziness, we have put together some of our favorite blockchain pitches of 2017 in an attempt to provide you with an idea of just how much of a gold rush we’re witnessing. Some of these pitches are pretty good; others are decidedly not good. As you'll see below, we awarded each of them with a superlative, included the subject line, and abridged versions of the email.


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